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Public Notices (Continued from Page 6) City section 1. Council by majority vote approved the continued funding of Midland Area Agency for $15,200 as in the past. 2. Council by majority vote approved signing Dakota Street between Third and Fourth Streets with "No Truck Parking" signs on the west side and "One Hour Parking" on the east side. Council by majority vote tabled ac- tion on the handicap accessibility for the sidewalks in same block for more information. 3. Council by majority vote approved Resolution 2016-10 declaring police department vehicle surplus. 4. Council by majority vote approved Ordinance 1187, first reading. An ordiance to amend the zoning ordi- nance of the City of Superior, Ne- braska, the same being Ordinance No. 27.65; Chamber of Commerce, monthly contribution, 1,157.43; Crop Production Services, supplies, 78.55; Hawkins, Inc., supplies, 1,029.05; Ideal Market, supplies, 38.02; Ideal Market, supplies, 10.52; Kenny's Farm and Lumber, supplies, 137.87; Kenny's Lumber and Farm Center, supplies, 30.18; Mutual of Omaha, premiums, 457.17; Nebraska Water Operators Division, dues, 30.00; Northern Safety Co., Inc., supplies, 122.17; One Call Concepts, service, 28.41; Paramount Linen and Uniform, uniforms, 169.40; Petro Plus, fuel and oil, 1,824.93; South Central Public Power, wheeling fee, 2,808.74; Superior Ace Hardware, supplies, 393.10; Superior iNET, internet, 109.96; Superior Motor Parts, supplies, 144.86; Superior Publishing, ads, supplies, 627.26; Windstream, telephones, 956.54; Post Office, post- age, 274.20; Larry Brittenham, mile- age, 140.40; Jeremy Littrell, refund customer deposit, 107.81; Ideal Mar- ket, supplies, 50.00; Federal Deposit, withholdings, 6,760.17; Energy Pie- 1171, to change the tract of land de- scribed as Lot 6, Block 39, Original neer Solutions, April payments, Town Superior Subdivision, Superior, 1,926.54; Superior Utilities, replenish Nuckolls County, Nebraska, fromDC, working cash fund, 1.662.64; Ruby Downtown Commercial District to Burge, NPPD rebate, 45.00; City of GC, General Commercial District; to Superior, audit reimbursement, provide for the repeal of conflicting 725.00; City of Superior, electric and ordinances or sections; to provide for gas revenue, 18,130.63; First the effective date thereof, fLrst read- Bankcard, notary fee and lodging, 457.64; First Bankcard, controller ing. 5. Council by majority vote, after dis- cussion, tabled action on this item and will invite the Planning Commission to the next council meeting to explain their position. Ordinance 1188 -An ordiance to amend the Superior zoning regula- tions, the same being Ordinance No. 1171, Section 7.14 Keeping of Ani- mals. An amendment to the district regulations with regards to animals allowed and area requirements; to pro- vide for the repeal of conflicting ordi- nances or sections; to provide for the effective date thereof; and order the publication of the ordinance in pam- phlet form, first ready. 6. Council by majority vote, tie vote, broken by the mayor, tabled action on Ordinance 1189. Ordinance 1189 - An ordinance to amend the zoning ordi- nance of the City of Superior, Ne- braska, the same being Ordinance No. 1171, to change the tract of land de- scribed as all of Lot 58, excluding a 5,500 square foot area of Old Railroad Right-Of-Way and 25 ft. by 135 ft. of Lot 59, South Superior Subdivision, Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, from MDR Medium Density Residen- tial District to LDR, LOw Density Resi- dential District; to provide for the re- peal of conflicting ordinances or sec- tions; to provide for the effective date thereof, first reading. 7. Council by majority vote amended Ordinance 1190 to strike "allowing cattle and other bovine". Council by majority vote approved Ordinance 1190 as amended, first reading. Ordinance 1190 -. An ordinance to amend the zoning ordinance of the City of Superior, Nebraska, the same being Ordinance No. 1171, part of the East_ of the Northwest _ of the Northwest _ of 25-1-7, Nuckolls County, Nebraska, from MDR, Medium Density Residen- tial District and HDR, High Density Residential District to PUD Residen- tial Planned Unit Development; to pro- vide for the repeal of conflicting ordi- nances or sections; to provide for the effective date thereof, first reading. 8. Council by majority vote approved Resolution 2016-11 authorizing the Chief Elected Official to sign an ap- plication for Nebraska Affordable Housing Program Funds. 9. Council by majority vote approved the Housing Program Guidelines for the City of Superior. 10. Council by majority vote approved payment to JEO Consulting Group in the amount of $8,385.00 for profes- sional services through April 15, 2016 for the 2014 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management and Action Plan Community Development Block Grant. 11. Council by majority vote approved the Request for CDBG Funds $4. 12. Council by majority vote approved payment to the South Central Eco- nomic Development District in the amount of $1,000 for Grant Adminis- tration for the 2014 Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Action Plan Community Development Block Grant. 13. Council by majority vote approved the request for CDBG Funds 5. 14. Council by majority vote will al- low Derek Clark to inspect the prop- erty and house at 1117 No. Commer- cial and if he deems all the systems meet city compliance, utilities may be turned on. Council by majority vote tabled action on property at 747 E Third St. until Derek Clark determines if the proposed work meets require- ments. 15. Council by majority vote approved the exchange of property as presented between the Nuckolls County Histori- cal Society and the City of Superior. 16. Council by majority vote tabled action on the sidewalks in the city park. 17. Council by majority vote approved Mayor Schmidt's appointment of Floyd Rothfuss to the Planning Com- mission. 18. Council by majority vote tabled action on requested lien release. 19. Council by majority vote approved request from Horizon Bank to block two parking spaces in front of the bank on June 10 for a promotion. 20. Council by majority vote approved the 2016 pool employees as presented. 21. No travel requests. 22. Various committee reports were given. Meeting adjourned. Sonia K. Schmidt, Mayor Attest: Jan Diehl, City Clerk May Utility Claims Preformant Recovery, Inc, garnish- ment, 193.00; Berry, phone listing. socket, 408.00; Glenwood Telecom- munications, monthly contract, 526.85; GPM, service, 372.00; Craig Guilkey, NPPD rebate, 12.00; National Public Gas Agency, gas purchased, 33,489.46; Nebraska Public Power District, power purchased, 113,066,51; Northern Safety Co., supplies, 269.82; Olsson Associates, professional ser- vice, 1,039.90; Price Funeral Home, NPPD rebate, 160.00; Quality Red D Mix, concrete, 217.26; Ken Rempe, NPPD rebate, 24.00; Troy Scott, NPPD rebate, 30.00; Shamrock Farms, NPPD rebate, 18.00; Shopko Stores, supplies, 75.87; Superior Outdoor Power, supplies, 55.88; Superior Utili- ties, utilities, 3,783.23; Don Wiest, NPPD rebate, 45.00; USA Blue Book, parts, 444.10; Salaries, 18,045.35. May City Claims APAC Kansas, Inc., rock, 1,347.02; Baker and Sons Disposal, service, 140.00; Business World Products, sup- plies and equipment, 826.82; Capital Bank and Trust, pension, 1,006.90; CPI Cooperative Producers, fuel, 555.53; Don Fintel, burn pit, 600.00; Eitzmann Trucking, service, 1,266.96; Figgins Construction, cold mix, 2,704.20; Gall's, Uniforms, 54.93; Glenwood Telecommunications, internet, 137.50; Hein Construction Company, service, 5,000.00; I4 Detail, service, 67.23; IPC Corp, supplies, 43.95; John Deere Financial, repairs, 629.14; Kile Veterinary Clinic, service, 100.00; Matheson Tri-Gas, rental, 92.50; Midland Area Agency, meals and trans., 1,266.67; Mutual of Omaha, premiums, 268.15; Nu Co Sheriff's Office, E 911 service, 550.00; Nuck- oils County Register of Deeds, lien release, 10.00; Paramount Linen and Uniform, uniforms, 46.44; Petro Plus, fuel, 1,001.72; Pierce Electronics, parts, 6.40; Sara Bockstadter, month retainer, 125.00; Superior Ace Hard- ware, supplies, 345.85; Superior Ex- terminating, service, 70.75; Superior Publishing, publications and supplies, 498.91; Superior Utilities, utilities, 4,144.09; Superior Utilities, telephone, postage, copy machine, 358.12; Supe- rior Utilities, pool loan pymt, 3,000.00; Superior Utilities, debt service, pool leak, 2,000.00; Windstream, tele- phones, 363.61; Credit Management, garnishment, 188.36; Credit Manage- ment, garnishment, 75.66; Nebraska Child Support Payment Center, child support, 173.08; US Dept. of Educa- tion, garnishment, 113.50; City of Su- perior, transfer pool loan, 3,000.00; Federal Deposit, withholdings, 3,574.24; Jill Allgood, DARE pro- gram, DARE trip, 1,465.00; Almquist, Maltzahn, Galloway and Luth, keno audit, 2,300.00; South Central Eco- nomic Dev District, 5,100.00; APAC Kansas, rock, 1,336.18; B-Green Lawn Care, service, 1,115.00; Business World Products, equipment, 109.00; City of Superior Lottery, reimburse audit exp., 725.00; _C_r_op_Production Services, supplies, 255.07; Eitzmann Trucking, service, 1,266.00; First Na- tional Bank, service, 279.00; Ideal Market, supplies, 1.23; Matthew Thompson, reimbursement, 59.22; Shopko Stores, supplies, 119.95; Su- perior Outdoor Power, supplies, 150.42; NE State Withdrawal, SIT payable, 708.40; Baker and Taylor, books, 50.38; Center Point Large Print, Books, 168.96; Crowl Tree and Con- struction, service, 275.00; Dares Lawn Care, service, 140.00; Energized Elec- tric, labor, 790.00; Glenwood Tele- communications, internet, 20.98; Mi- cro Marketing, audios, 136.98; Wind- stream, telephone, 78.65;Bruce Fuller- ton, service, 2,096.00; NEMSA, mem- bership, 285.00; Salaries, 12,716.06. A complete text of the minutes, or- dinances and resolutions are on file in the city clerk's office and are available for public inspection during regular business hours. ZNEZ 20-1c Thursday, May 19, 2016 THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS 7A L-N golfers take fourth at Thayer Central Invite The Lawrence-Nelson Raiders boys golf team scored a fourth place finish at the Thayer Central Invitational played at Hebron, lastWednesday. The Raiders posted a a teams core of 376 for the 18 hole event. Sutton won the event with a score of 345. The four Male members of the Lawrence-Nelson Glass of 2016 are (back row, frown left) ,Jay Hewitt, Brett Karmazin, Bryson Dessel, Brennan Miller and Brandon lowest scores from the team are usedto Karmazin, (front) Gody Byers, Bryce Buescher and Kyung Min Lee tabulate the team score. Jay Hewitt and Kevin Schroer each posted a round of 91 for the event. SchroerofBennington, Neb.,andElroy Steve Drohman and Dave Larkins. Mary Harig Ruth Jackson Peyton Drudik posted a round of 95. SchroerofOmaha;twodaughters, Mrs. Honorary casket bearers were the Mary M. (Strauss) Harig, was born Ruth Irene Jackson, 73, the daugh- BryceBuescherfinishedhisroundwith Ken Himmelberg (Jean Ann) ofNelson, grandchildren.IntermentwasinSprink on Sept. 29, 1924, in New York. She ter of Cecil (Young) and Howard Th- 99 strokes while Anders Jensen was in and Mrs. Donald Roeder (Bonnie) of Creek Cemetery near Ruskin. Kroll died on Feb. 5, 2016, at Hastings, Neb., ompson, was born May 29, 1942, at~ with a round of 125. Plymouth, Miun.;twosisters, Mrs.Paul Funeral Home ofHebron, wasincharge at the age of 91. The team competed at the district Thomassen (Arlene) of Yuba City, of arrangements. Superior. She died Thursday at the golf match, Monday, played over the Calif., and Mrs. Tom Detwiler (Leona) On June 2, 1945, she was united in Franklin County Memorial Hospital in Indianhead Golf Club course at Grand of Chadron; 13 grandchildren; and 25 marriage to Donald Harig in New York Franklin, Neb. Island. Fourteen teams took the golf great-grandchildren. Dorothy Fischer City; shortly Ruth grew up in Superior and re- thereafter, she course under less than ideal playing She was preceded in death by her Dorothy Marie Ida (Eitzmann) moved to Supe- :~ ..... ceived her formal education attending conditions. The Raiders finished in parents; her husband; on son; Bernard Fischer, 90, was born March 18, 1926. rior to be with her the Superior schools, graduating with fourth place with a team score of 381. Schroer; one great-granddaughter, She died last Wednesday at Belleville husband when he ~i~::: the Class of 1960. She married George Alma, Elm Creek and Heartland Reece Himmelberg; four brothers, Health Care Center, Dorothy was the returned from the ~iii::i~ : LaVeme "Stonewall" Jackson on May Lutheran qualified for the state event Wilber, Ray, Delbert and Omer oldest of four children born to Ernest Navy. ~~ 25, 1960, at the United Methodist with the Raiders finishing two strokes Wombacher; and one sister, Mrs. Nick A. and Amanda Maria (Peters)She is pre- Churchin Red Cloud. This union was behind the third place Elm Creekteam. Murphy (Norma). Eitzmann. She was born in the Byron ceded in death by ~:~ blessed with two daughters and two Kevin Schroer will be headed to the home of her grandparents, Frederick her parents and ~i sons.TheylivedatRedCloud, McCool state match. He finished second in the Norman Lipker and Maria Peters. Dorothy graduated ~ ...... ::::~::~ :~ husband, Donald ~:::~Junction and Arapahoe, returning to Superior in 1964. Ruth was employed individual qualifiers, with his round of Norman Ray Lipker, 72, of Hehron, eighth grade at Blue Mound rural grade Sept. 2 I, 19881 ~. ~:: ~..~. ::~a~ with Wheeler's and with the Superior 84, one stroke behind the top indi- the son ofAlbertandEsther (Doering) school, located at the north end of the infant l~son, Police Department. In 1979, the fam- vidual finalist. The state Class D golf Lipker, was born July 3, 1943, at Oak. quarter milelongdrivewaytoherfam- Ronald; s$fi, Dean; two sisters; two ily moved to Hastings to live. Ruth championship will be contested over He died Thursday at Blue Valley ity home in Kansas, one mile south and brothers; Agour half-brothers and one worked with the K-Mart Store while the Lake Maioney Golf Club course at Lutheran Home in Hebron. 3/4 mile west of Byron. She attended half-sist~L living there. Her husband died on NorthPlattewithplaybeginningTues- Norm attended school at Ruskin Byron High School and graduated as Mar)/is survived by her children: March 4, 2003. In 2007, she moved to day and contcluding Wednesday. andmarriedElaineWardSept,9, 1961, salutatorian ofherhigh school class in Gary Harig of Tulsa, Okla., Michael Riverton to make her home. at the Church of Christ in Nelson. This 1944. Harig, Sr. (Esther), Larry Harig and While raising her family, Ruth vol- union was blessed with the birth of After passing the required exam VeAnnLindgren, andLoreeHarig, all unteered as both a Girl Scout and a Cub Obituaries ~ee children, given at the Thayer County Court- of Hastings, Neb. Grandchildren: Lava Scout Leader. She was an Avon repre- From1981 through 1994 he drove house Dorothy taught at a rural coun- Harig-Buchanan (Scott) of Palmdale, sentative for a number of years. She Pearl Schroer for Jensby Trucking at Hardy, after try school westofByron, for one year. Calif., Brian (Katy) Harig of Hunts- wasalsoamemberoftheEagleslodge. that he drove for Bill Larkins then They she attended Beauty Academy in ville, Texas, Ronald (Jennie) Harig of In her leisure time, Ruth enjoyed gar- Pearl Mary (Wombacher) Schroer, GeorgeEberlyandforSaltzmanTruck- Beatrice and become a beautician. Leavenworth Kan.,MichaelHarig, Jr., dening, collecting owls and playin~ 98, diedMay6, at the Good Samaritan ing. His passion was driving truck and Dorothy attended the Beauty Acad- of Nelson, Neb., Dean Harig of Nursing Home in Superior. Rosary was hauling cattle. He drove more than six emy in Beatrice. She worked at a beauty Hastings, Neb., Adam (Abbey) Harig the piano. May 9, and Mass, May 10, Sacred million miles in more than 40 years, shop in Nelson. When she was 21 of Red Cloud, Neb., Alyssa Harig- She was preceded in death by her Heart Catholic Church in Lawrence, He married Lorna Renken Feb, 29, yearsold, she purchased a Byron beauty Johnson (Thaddeus) of Sumner, Neb.; parents; her husband; a sister, Kay with Father Thomas Bush and Father 1996, in York. , D orQttiy'was ui~i~'e.(t]n .m~iage to ' ' Charles Thompson. Brad Zitek officiating. Burial was:in Helikedtotinkerintheshop, work- shopp~ ........................... , eight great-grandchildren and Brian Thompson;. and an infant brother, and Katy, Alyssa and Thaddeus are Sacred Heart Catholic Cemetery at ing on different things and then spray (Ivan) Gene Fischeron May 1, 1949, at both due in July. Also, three sisters-in- Survivors include her children; Lawrence. painting them to give them a newer St. Paul Lutheran Church, Byron. To law, numerous nieces, nephews and Kiley Bern of Grand Island; Kelly Pearl was born on Aug. 21, 1917, to George and Mary (Hofstetter) Wombacker at Lawrence. She was raised on a farm (her mother' s parental home) 3 3/4 miles east of Lawrence as the third oldest of eight children. Be- cause of her mother's health issues, Pearl assumed much of the household responsibility and developed a strong work ethic at a young age. She at- tended a nearby country school, the Gem School, through the eighth grade and graduated from Lawrence High School in 1935. After graduation, she moved to Iowa City, Iowa, where she lived with relatives and worked at the University Hospital until she returned home and married Arnold J. Schroer on May 6, 1941, at Sacred Heart Catho- lic Church in Lawrence. They made their home on farms near Nelson and south of Lawrence until retiring in 1981. Pearl led a faith-filled life and made worshipping the Lord a priority; she was an active member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church and Altar Soci- ety. She was an avid gardener and an excellent seamstress. Pearl created countless quilts she gifted to others, and also enjoyed being an active mem- ber of the Sacred Heart Quilting Circle. Survivors include two sons, Larry look, even using a little duct tape. He was preceded in death by his parents; and three brothers, Lester, Dennis, and Steve Lipker. Survivors include one son, Todd Lipker of Ruskin; two daughters, Mrs. Kent Betten (Rhonda) of Deshler, and Mrs. Lyle Tietjen (Tracy), of Hebron; two brothers, Robert of Harvard and Barry of Hastings; a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Holtzen (Marilyn) of Davenport; two sisters-in-law, Peggy Lipker of Supe- rior, and Moneen Lipker of Aurora, Colo.; granddaughter, Jessica Brown and husband Brett of Blair, Brady Betten ofYankton, S.D,, Kayla Lipker of Lincoln, Neb., Kinsey and McKenna Tietjen both of Hebron, four great- grandchildren; Quinn, Jonas and Drake Brown of Blair, and Madilyn Betten of Yankton, S.D, Her funeral was held Monday at Kroll Funeral Home Chapel in Hebron. Officiant was Pastor Brian Francik, organist Joy Wolfe, congregational hymns "In The Garden", "Old Rugged Cross" and "Abide With Me", special selection: recorded CD "Kansas City, Here I come". Casket bearers were Brett and Brady Betten, Doug Holtzen, Derek Lipker, this union, three daughters were born. friends. DorothyandGenemovedtoDorothy's Graveside services were held on childhood home in Kansas in October, Saturday, May 21, 2016, atll a.m. in 1951, and began life on the farm. Dor- the Evergreen Cemetery in Superior, othy moved her beauty shop to the Neb., with Mark Diehlofficiating.Pall- farm and continued her hairdressing bearers were Mary's grandchildren. career, along with raising 3 daughters. Inurement wasin Evergreen Cemetery, Her niece, Sandra, joined the family in Superior, Neb. Memorials are sug- 1969. She helped Gene with the farm gested to go to the family. work. Condolences may be sent to Dorothy was preceded in death by Megrue-Price Funeral Home, 750 N. her husband, Gene;her parents, Ernest Commercial, Superior, Neb., 68978, A. and Amanda M. Eitzmann; infant or to daughter, Jackie Lynn Fischer; broth- Megrue-Price Funeral Home of Supe- ers, Myron Frederick and Arland Ken- rior, Neb., was in charge of the ar- neth Eitzmann; and a sister, Florence rangements, pd. Irene Bostwick. Survivors include her her daugh- ters, Mrs. Ray Danielson (Brenda), Belleville, Mrs. Vern Uri (Tamie) Golden, Colo., and Sandra Bostwick, Belleville; and grandson, Christopher L. Uri, Golden, Colo. Her funeral was held Monday at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Byron, with Pastor Breen Marie Sipes officiating. Burial was in the St. Paul Cemetery, Byron. Tibbetts-Fischer Funeral Home, Belleville, was in charge of the ar- rangements. Steiger of Hastings; Keith Jackson of Riverton, and Leighton "Chuck" Jack- son of Hastings; 13 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Bill Riley (Pam) of Superior, and Dayle Woods of Hazelhurst, Ga. Her funeral was held Monday at~e Williams Funeral Home in Red Cloud with the Rev. Audrey Beaty officiat- ing. Interment was in the Evergreen Cemetery at Superior. "Evil unchecked grows, evil tolerated poisons the whole system." Jawaharlal Nehru Beginning Quilter's Class Starting June 1 Call Karen Christiancy at A Stitch N Time 402-879-3316 school principal,Wayne Moorhead of Edgar knows what a staff makes. ffire staff is all very important," he said, "And I was just so with the staff at Mary Lanning Healthcare, Everyone was so the time I hit the door," Several months ago, Moorhead suffered a stroke and ended up spending about two weeks in the hospital, Afterward;he worked with the staff at Mary Lanning Rehabilitation at Cimarron Plaza to continue his recovery, "1 am awestruck by the excellence of the staff and their dedication to the patient," he said. @ Mary I.anning H E A L T H C A R E